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ปรับปรุง 19/9/21 โดย Brannon Golden

The Home Feed

When you open the Bible App, your Home feed shows you recent activity in the app from you and your Friends, and relevant content for your day, like Verse of the Day and Featured Plans.

A dot (●) next to the tab title indicates new content.
iOS:
For You tab: Your activity and content
Community tab: Your Friends’ activity

Rearrange Your Home Feed

iOS:

  1. Select the Home tab, if it isn’t already.
  2. Select the For You tab, if it isn’t already.
    Activities on the Community tab display in chronological order, and cannot be rearranged.
  3. At the top right of any section on the For You tab, select , Rearrange.
    You can also scroll to the very bottom of your Home feed and select Rearrange These Sections.
  4. Long-press a section,
    then drag it to the order where you want it to appear in your Home feed.
  5. After you finish rearranging sections:
    Top right: Select Done to save your changes.
    OR
    Top left: Select Cancel to return without saving.
Rearranging the Home feed is not available on Android or at Bible.com.

Verse of the Day Stories

Enjoy a moment with God, every day.

Verse of the Day Stories help you turn your heart and mind toward God and His kingdom. Every day, a new Story presents that day’s Verse of the Day, then provides helpful context with related content, which might include such elements as a teaching video, reflection questions, a devotional based on a Bible Plan, a Prayer, a shareable Verse Image, and more.

Android, iOS:

  1. Select the Home tab, if it isn’t already.
    iOS:
    Select the For You tab, if it isn’t already.
  2. Scroll to the top of your Home feed,
    then select Open Stories.
    Most panels include descriptive titles like Welcome, Scripture, Reflect, Devotional, Prayer, etc.
  3. Tap the right side of the screen to advance,
    OR
    Tap the left side of the screen to go back,
    following the prompts as you go.
    Top left: To close today’s Story, select X.
    Some panels, such as Scripture and Prayer, include content you can share. Select the Share icon and follow the prompts.

Additional Options:

  • Reflect. Select Add Your Own Response to save a Note to that day’s Verse of the Day.
  • Devotional. Select Read More to see the rest of the devotional. Select Save for Later to add that Plan to your My Plans.
  • Prayer. Select Add to Prayer List to save today’s Prayer to your Prayer List.
  • Verse Image. Select Save to Profile to save today’s Image to your Images and add it to your Home feed.
Verse of the Day Stories are not available at Bible.com.

Kids Bible Experience

Kids Bible Experience offers engaging, relevant biblical insight for children who are growing up, but not yet ready for teen content. Each day’s content is based on the Verse of the Day, designed to help your child establish their own daily rhythm of seeking God.

Android, iOS:
Enable Kids Bible Experience:
Bottom right: Select ≡ (More)Settings, Kids Bible Experience.

Android, iOS:

  1. Select the Home tab, if it isn’t already.
    iOS:
    Select the For You tab, if it isn’t already.
  2. Scroll near the top of your Home feed,
    then select anywhere on Kids Bible Experience.
    Most panels include descriptive titles like Scripture, Reflection, Prayer, etc.
  3. Tap the right side of the screen to advance,
    OR
    Tap the left side of the screen to go back,
    following the prompts as you go.
    Top left: To close Kids Bible Experience, select X.

Widgets

Widgets give you immediate, easy access to special Bible App functions — such as Verse of the Day, Verse of the Day Images, your Plan days for today, etc. — by allowing you to place them directly on your device’s home screen.

Widgets behave differently on Android and iOS devices, and they offer different options. Widgets are not available on Bible.com.

Add a Widget

Android:

  1. Home screen: Long-press and hold on any empty space.
  2. Select Widgets.
    In the next step, place your widget carefully. Widgets take up more space on your screen than apps do. When you drop a widget, it may displace apps around it in ways you do not expect.
  3. Long-press on the widget you want,
    drag it where you want on your Home screen,
    then drop it.
  4. If available: Select your widget’s options,
    then select Save.

iOS:

Widgets are available on iOS 14 and newer.
  1. Home screen: Long-press and hold on any app or empty space until the apps jiggle.
  2. Top left: Tap +.
  3. Search Widgets box: Type Bible,
    then select Search.
  4. Select Bible.
  5. Swipe to the widget you want.
  6. Select Add Widget.
    In the next step, place your widget carefully. Widgets take up more space on your screen than apps do. When you drop a widget, it may displace apps around it in ways you do not expect.
  7. Drag the widget where you want on your Home screen,
    then drop it.
    You move widgets around the same way you move apps. Widgets are simply different sizes than apps.
  8. Top right: When you have your widget where you want it,
    select Done.

Resize a Widget

Android:

  1. Home screen: Long-press on the widget you want to resize.
  2. Long-press on any dots at the widget’s edges,
    then drag to resize.
  3. When you finish resizing,
    select anywhere outside the widget.
iOS widgets cannot be resized.

Remove a Widget

Android:

  1. Long-press on the widget you want to remove,
    drag it onto X Remove,
    then drop it there.

iOS:

  1. Long-press on the widget you want to remove.
  2. Select Remove Widget.

Streaks

Streaks encourage you to connect with Scripture every day by showing you how many days in a row you’ve opened the Bible App. Every day that you open the Bible App (even if you’re not connected to the Internet), your Streak increases by 1. (The Bible App measures one day as the 24-hour period between 12:01am and 12:00 midnight in your time zone.)

Your Streak is associated with your free YouVersion account. Every day that you open the Bible App or visit Bible.com, that day counts toward your Streak — as long as you are signed in on that device.
Bible.com:
Streaks only display on Android and iOS devices, not at Bible.com.

Perfect Weeks

Perfect Weeks are an extension of Streaks, encouraging you with the perspective of your long-term progress — even if you happen to break your Streak. A Perfect Week is one 7-day Streak, calculated from Sunday to Saturday, within your time zone. Your Perfect Weeks number is a running, cumulative total of all your Perfect Weeks.


How to Turn on Streaks Reminders

The Bible App can help you remember to connect with Scripture every day (and keep your Streak) by sending you a daily reminder. When you turn on Streaks reminders, if you do not open the Bible App by 7:00pm in your time zone, the Bible App will send you a Push Notification.

Android or iOS:

  1. Make sure you are signed in to your free YouVersion account.
    Here’s how to Sign In
  2. Select ≡ (More),
    Settings,
    Notification Settings,
    Push Notifications.
  3. Top: Select Streaks reminders.
    Bible.com:
    If you open Bible.com and sign in to your free YouVersion account, that day will count toward your Streak. However, Bible.com does not display Streaks. And, you cannot turn on Streaks reminders at Bible.com.

Send a Prayer Request or Ask a Theological Question

…make sure that in your hearts you honor Christ as Lord. Always be ready to give an answer to anyone who asks you about the hope you have. Be ready to give the reason for it. But do it gently and with respect. 

1 Peter 3:15

Our main objective through this channel is provide world class product support for our community members of the Bible App.

We do have compassion for your other questions and prayer requests, and to ensure you get the best possible response, we would ask that you contact our Spiritual Support Team.

Please fill out this form, and they'll respond back to you.


Request a Feature

We believe that establishing a daily rhythm of seeking intimacy with God has the power to transform your life. That’s why we create biblically centered, culturally relevant experiences: to encourage and challenge people to seek God. If you have an idea that you believe could help advance this mission, please share your thoughts with us through our Product Idea Form.


Missing Bible Verses?

As you read or listen to the Bible, you may occasionally notice certain passages that do not seem to “match” across various Bible versions. This does not mean that translators or Bible publishers changed or removed verses. It simply means that those texts were translated at different times, with different scholars working on them, potentially even from different source texts. (As just one example, some of the Dead Sea Scrolls, discovered in 1947, are older than scrolls that were available to the translators of the King James Bible, whose work began in 1604.)

These minor differences do not alter core doctrines of the Christian faith in any way.

Many of the Bibles that we offer, such as the New International Version and English Standard Version, include annotations that show these translation differences. To toggle these references on Android or iOS, select ≡ (More), Settings (the gear icon), Bible Reading, Cross References. Then, to read the contents of these footnotes, simply select an annotation bubble anytime you see it within the Bible text.

Cross references are always visible at Bible.com.

If you still have questions, you can contact us through our Support Form.

More About Bible Translation

Bible scholarship remains active today, with translation taking place in more languages than ever, through global partnerships created to ensure every person on earth has the opportunity to experience God’s Word in their own language.

Learn more about Bible for Everyone, YouVersion’s campaign to complete the work of getting the Bible translated into every language.


Request a Bible Version

Through the generosity of our Bible publishing partners, YouVersion is privileged to offer more than 2,200 Bible Versions, in over 1,500 languages. However, if there is a Bible Version we do not currently offer that you would like to see, complete our Bible Version Request Form.


About the Verse of the Day Process

Verse of the Day offers a unique Bible verse for every day of the year, carefully curated by YouVersion’s staff to encourage, inspire, or challenge you.

No Verse of the Day is ever selected to coincide with or correlate to news, nor to express or imply any philosophical, theological, or political position on current events.

On the contrary:

In order to provide a year’s worth of images for Verse of the Day — in multiple languages — we must plan, design, and create each one far in advance of when we intend to release it. Near the end of each year, a small team maps out the entire Verse of the Day calendar for the coming year, assigning a unique Bible verse to each day.

Over the next several months, as our graphic designers complete the multiple images required for each Verse of the Day (one for each language we provide), these images are uploaded into a database. Then, based on the preset schedule, every day at midnight, in each timezone, that day’s Verse of the Day automatically uploads to a server cache. Once that’s happened in the first time zone, there is no way for us to change or cancel that day’s Verse of the Day — because we can’t “pull back” Verse of the Day images from devices that have already downloaded them.

Once again, the purpose of the Verse of the Day is never to comment on current events.

At YouVersion, we believe that pursuing intimacy with God has the power to transform your life. For that reason, we carefully select every Verse of the Day with the specific intention of encouraging, inspiring, or challenging you to continue seeking God every day.


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